Vice President Kamala Harris has truly lost her mind. She’s trying to do the unthinkable.
Because Kamala Harris attempted to overthrow the U.S. Senate with this one word.
Many believe that Vice President Kamala Harris is one of the most egotistical and maniacal Vice Presidents in American history.
She’s seemingly obsessed with giving off the image that she is a highly respected individual in politics. She pretends as if she and Joe Biden are basically perfect and can do no wrong to the American people.
But the Biden administration has plenty of failures that they are desperate to keep from the public.
One example is how many of the judicial and executive branch nominations of the Biden administration have been held up in the U.S. Senate.
The Biden administration’s been nominating radicals to some posts, and it’s been putting off large swaths of the U.S. Senate, even those within the Democrat wing. One example of this is the nominee for labor secretary, Julie Su.
Julie Su has come under heat for her extremist criticisms of American capitalism that has led to the advancement of the American economy in many ways over the past 100 years.
Kamala Harris recently invited Julie Su on stage during an event in Philadelphia Union Hall and made a weird comment that raised eyebrows.
When she invited Su, she said that she would not be referring to Julie Su as the “acting” labor secretary but that she was just the “labor secretary.”
“And I just have to tell you — I’ll call her labor secretary. I’m not going to say the word ‘acting,’” Harris said.
This is, of course, inaccurate. She is the acting labor secretary and she has not been confirmed by the U.S. Senate. She may still yet be denied the position because of her political toxicity.
“I’ve known her for many years. And she is a true fighter for the working people and working families of America. Thank you!” Harris added.
After hearing of this, Republicans took the opportunity to criticize Harris and the Biden administration as a whole for failing to get their nominees confirmed.
The House GOP Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee took to Twitter to say that the Biden admin knows that they can’t get Su confirmed unless something dramatic changes.
“Saying the quiet part out loud: The White House has acknowledged Julie Su does not have the votes to be confirmed,” the GOP Committee said on Twitter.
Saying the quiet part out loud: The White House has acknowledged Julie Su does not have the votes to be confirmed. Without the "advice and consent" of the Senate, VP Harris confirms the admin's position is to install Su as Labor Secretary anyway, in violation of the Constitution. pic.twitter.com/4RKUf2Ho2m
— HELP Committee GOP (@GOPHELP) August 8, 2023
What’s noteworthy is that the White House said that they would be extending Su’s nomination indefinitely, which means that she can remain the acting labor secretary in perpetuity.
As for her confirmation, it’s still unclear what’s going to happen. The Biden administration is relying on Joe Manchin or Kyrsten Sinema voting for Su, but Manchin has already said he would be voting against her. Sinema also seems unsure about whether she wants to support Su’s nomination.
Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal for updates on the nomination of labor secretary Julie Su.